Medical Affairs Activities definition

Medical Affairs Activities means design, strategies, oversight and implementation of activities designed to ensure or improve appropriate medical use of, conduct medical education of, or further research regarding, a Licensed Product, as established by the applicable Party’s internal policies and procedures, which includes by way of example: (i) activities of Medical Liaisons; (ii) grants to support continuing independent medical education (including independent symposia and congresses); and (iii) development, publication and dissemination of publications in support of an approved indication for a Licensed Product, as well as medical information services (and the content thereof) provided in response to inquiries communicated via the sales representatives or other external-facing representatives or received by letter, phone call or email.
Medical Affairs Activities means, with respect to any country or other jurisdiction in the Territory, the coordination of medical information requests and field based medical scientific liaisons with respect to Licensed Compounds or Licensed Products, including activities of medical scientific liaisons and the provision of medical information services with respect to a Licensed Compound or Licensed Product.

Examples of Medical Affairs Activities in a sentence

  • As of the Effective Date, the Parties have established a joint Development, Medical Affairs, and regulatory committee (the “Joint Development Committee” or the “JDC”), composed of up to [ * ] representatives of each Party, to monitor and coordinate the Development of, and Medical Affairs Activities connected with, the Compound and Products at the operational level.

  • CRISPR will lead and manage Medical Affairs Activities in the United States and Vertex will lead and manage Medical Affairs Activities outside of the United States, in each case, in accordance with the Medical Affairs Plan.

  • Such Medical Affairs Activities will be conducted using Commercially Reasonable Efforts.

  • Such updates shall include, on a [ * ] basis, Licensee’s sales activities, marketing activities and Medical Affairs Activities.

  • From such date, Licensee shall be responsible for Medical Affairs Activities in the Licensee Territory, provided however, that Exelixis shall have the right, but not the obligation, to also conduct Medical Affairs Activities in the Licensee Territory in global support of the Product consistent with the medical affairs portion of the GDP and in coordination with Licensee.


More Definitions of Medical Affairs Activities

Medical Affairs Activities means, with respect to any country in the Territory, the coordination of medical information requests and field based medical scientific liaisons with respect to Collaboration Products, including activities of medical scientific liaisons, activities involving key opinion leaders, and the provision of medical information services with respect to a Collaboration Product.
Medical Affairs Activities means: (a) the coordination of medical information requests and field based medical liaisons with respect to Products commercially launched in any Territory; and (b) those clinical studies conducted in any Territory after Regulatory Approval of a Product has been obtained which are neither intended nor designed to support a Regulatory Filing including medical affairs studies, post marketing studies, and Investigator Sponsored Clinical Studies.
Medical Affairs Activities means the coordination of medical information requests and field based medical scientific liaisons with respect to the Licensed Product, including Confidential materials omitted and filed separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Asterisks denote omissions. activities of medical scientific liaisons and the provision of medical information services with respect to the Licensed Product.
Medical Affairs Activities means the coordination of medical information requests and field based medical scientific liaisons with respect to the Optioned Product in and for the U.S., including activities of medical scientific liaisons, the provision of medical information services with respect to a Product, medical Adboards, grants and sponsorships. [*] = Certain confidential information contained in this document, marked by brackets, is filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission pursuant to Rule 406 of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended.